Plastics - Phenolic resins - Determination of pH (ISO 8975:1989)

Kunststoffe - Phenolharze - Messung des pH-Wertes (ISO 8975:1989)

Diese Internationale Norm beschreibt ein Verfahren für die Messung des pH-Wertes flüssiger Phenolharze, die sich im Stadium der Herstellung oder bereits auf dem Markt befinden.

Plastiques - Résines phénoliques - Détermination du pH (ISO 8975:1989)

La présente Norme internationale prescrit une méthode pour la détermination du pH des résines phénoliques liquides, commercialisées ou en cours de fabrication.  
NOTE 1 Une variante de cette méthode applicable aux résines phénoliques solides est prescrite dans l'annexe A. Pour des résines d'une viscosité supérieure à 2 Pa.s, il peut être nécessaire d'utiliser cette variante, l'agitateur magnétique étant très utile dans un tel cas.

Polimerni materiali – Fenolne smole – Določevanje pH (ISO 8975:1989)

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SIST EN ISO 8975:1999
Plastics - Phenolic resins - Determination of pH (ISO 8975:1989)
Kunststoffe - Phenolharze - Messung des pH-Wertes (ISO 8975:1989)
Plastiques - Résines phénoliques - Détermination du pH (ISO 8975:1989)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 8975:1995
83.080.10 Duromeri Thermosetting materials
SIST EN ISO 8975:1999 en
2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST EN ISO 8975:1999
First edition
Plastics - Phenolic resins - Determination of pH
Plastiques - Rhines phhobques - DcStermination du pH
Reference number
IS0 8975: 1989(E)

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SIST EN ISO 8975:1999
IS0 8975:1989(E)
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member bodies voting.
International Standard IS0 8975 was prepared by Technical Committee
ISO/TC 61, Plastics.
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SIST EN ISO 8975:1999
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IS0 8975:1989(E)
Plastics - Phenolic resins - Determination of pH
3.2 Hydrogen phosphate buffer solution, containing
1 Scope
approximately 0,025 mol of potassium dihydrogen
phosphate (KH,PO,) per litre and approximately
This International Standard specifies a method for
0,025 mol of sodium hydrogen phosphate (Na,HPO,)
the determination of the pH of liquid phenolic resins
per litre, pH = 6,88 at 23 “C.
at the manufacturing stage or on the market.
Dissolve 3,39 g of potassium dihydrogen phosphate
NOTE 1 A variant of this method, applicable to solid
(KH,PO,) and 3,53 g of sodium hydrogen phosphate
phenolic resins, is described in annex A. With liquid resins
(Na,HPO,), previously dried by heating at 110 “C to
having a viscosity greater than 2 Pas, it may be neces-
130 “C for 2 h, in water and make up to 1000 ml.
sary to use this variant, which calls for a magnetic stirrer.
This solution may be kept longer by adding a crystal
of thymol.
2 Principle
3.3 Sodium tetraborate (Borax), standard solution,
c(Na,B,O,.lOH,O) = 0,Ol mol/l, pH = 9,22 at 23 “C.
The potential difference between a glass electrode
and a reference electrode immersed in the same
Dissolve 3,80 g of sodium tetraborate deca-
solution is used to determine the pH.
hydrate (Na,B,O,.lOH,O) in water and dilute to
1000 ml.
4 Apparatus
3 Reagents
4.1 pH-meter, accurate to 0,l pH-units.
During the analysis, use only reagents of recognized
analytical grade and only distilled water or water of
4.2 Electrodes
equivalent purity.
Standard solutions, with acid pH (E 4), neutral pH
4.2.1 Measuring electrode: glass electrode.
(Z 7) or alkaline pH (z 9), or buffer solutions.
4.2.2 Reference electrode: calomel electrode.
The following standard or buffer solutions are speci-
4.2.3 Maintenance of the electrodes
3.1 Potassium hydrogen phthalate, standard sol- For all types of electrode, follow the manufacturer ’s
ution, c(KCOOC,H,COOH) = 0,05 mol/l, pH = 4,00 instructions specifying the maintenance procedures
at 23 “C. necessary to keep the electrodes in the correct
Dissolve IO,21 g of potassium hydrogen phthalate,
previously dried by heating at 100 “C to 130 “C for In particular, clean the glass electrode at regular
2 h, in water and make up to 1000 ml. intervals as directed by the manufacturer.
This solution shall be stored in a glass vessel and
NOTE 2 When not in use over a long period, glass
kept away from any traces of acid or base; it may
electrodes and certain calomel electrodes may be stored
in the dry condition if permitted by the manufacturer.
be kept longer by adding a crystal of thymol. Slight
cloudiness in the solution indicates microbial con-
For reconditioning, soak the glass electrode in
tamination. The thymol is no longer effective and
acidified distilled water (pH 4 to 5) for several hours
such a solution shall be discarded.

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SIST EN ISO 8975:1999
IS0 8975:1989(E)
and the calomel electrode in saturated potassium the standard or buffer solution, taking into ac-
count its temperature, the apparatus is in oper-
chloride solution.
ating condition and is suitably calibrated.
Before each determination, wash the electrodes
with water and leave them to soak in water for at
- If this is not the case, determine the cause (such
least 2 min before making any measurements.
as operating error, defective electrode, incorrect
temperature correction) and remedy the defect.
5 Procedure

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